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   Montana Butte Standard (Newspaper) - January 30, 1935, Butte, Montana                                HAUPTMANN SHIFTS ENTIRE BLAME ON ISIDOR FISCH METAL PRICES Eagle Treasury world East New JUontan tanbarb HOME ED IT ION The Standard carries the most extensive telegraph newi service In ESTABLISHED WEDNESDAY JANUARY PHONE 54 PRICE FIVE SENATE VOTES AGAINST JOINING WORLD COURT Figure of Fixer9 Who Could Obtain Naval Construction Contracts Bared I IS HOI SEHTEIIZ Unidentified Ind i v i d u a I Drafted Shipbuilders and Ship Repair Code Pre pared Bids Under HOW KIDNAP LADDER BOARD FITS Plane Proof Left board in Lindbergh kidnap ladder right plank from Haupt mann attic center draw ing of missing 1inoh which State claim joined Both were planed down with Haupt mann Central Press Alien Japanese and Ne groes in Panama Canal Zone Menace Call Zone Weakest Spot STATE UNIVERSITY STUDENT IS SOUGHT AFTER DISAPPEARANCE shadowy figure of a described as the most influential civilian In Wash who said that for he could obtain 10 or 15 million dollars worth of naval construction took form today at the senate munitions His name riot Ap parently witness who told about him did hot the same unidentified individual drafted the shipbuilders and ship repair code and prepared all bids for shipbuild ers on naval vessels allocated under the according to William secretarytreasurer of trade department of the American Federation of Present at Calvin said he present at a conference in when board chairman of Gulf was told that for a quarter of a million dollars the fixer11 could gethim or of provided his yard could The man who made the Calvin was Washington Alexa local attorney told the United Press hehad with Wilder for about 10 minutes in and that Calvins story was abso lutely and that he would prove it before the munitions com mittee Senator Arthur re wanted to know what Wilder had to say tothe offer Warns of said that if it was ever learned that there had been collu sion in naval bids there would be senate Calvin an He added that Gravem re plied that keels would be laid before an inquiry could be It the second time Wilders name was broughtInto the investi gation Last week John Frey president of the metal trades de charged that Wilder handed him a sealed envelop con taining names of low bidders o naval contracts 10 days before tin bids were Calvin said that others present a the 1933 conference to which he re ferred were Wilders secretary and a My whom he described a assistant counsel for Wilders firnr and a former treasurer of New York Rear Admiral Calvins testimony followed tha of Rear Admiral Emory Land navy construction who deniei that the navy Is at the mercy o Continued on Page U ALIEN SAYS DEAD GERMAN GAVE HIM STOCK MART MONEY Accused Man Allows Damaging Phrase to Roll Off His Lips Jruno Admits Planning Trip to Germany in That Trip Was Planned for Year Al One of Ransom Notes Said This Kidnap ing Was Prepared for a Year Carpenter Ends Cross LEGISLATURE GETS ACT TO SET DEFINITE TERMS FOR STATEjVPPOmTIVE OFFICES Supported by Would Officeholders Terms Expire With That of Appointive Power Move Made to Prevent Costly Litigation House Committee of Whole Is Republicans Joined democratic majority forces In the Montana house of representatives today in support of a measure whereby the state would avoid future court litigation todetermine the rightful claimant to a state appointive The recent court squabbles be ween Frank Coouey and he state game and fish commission jnd the commissioner of agricul were recalledprlor to advancement of 7 to reading without audi ble Under the provisions of the Jointly sponsored by Representatives Kales Ecton of a repub lican Buttleman of and Peterson of the terms of appointive officials other than those whose terms are fixed by the consti would expire with tile ex piration of the of the appoin tive Must Be The proposal also stipulates that a governor may not make an ap pointment to ian office in which there is no vacancy when tne ap pointment Is would ap it was In cases such as that of Commissioner of Agriculture who was reappolntcd by Brjckson prior to the expiration of Staffords first A section of the bill best summar izes 4ts intent It Is to prevent ex pcnsive litigation and serious Incon venience and detriment to the peo Representative declaring the measure was purely nonpo emphasized that it was con ceived In the belief there could be no justification for an outgoing governor to make apopinlmenls embarrass his succes He said further it would not apply to either the state bonds of education or Salary Another section provides that j WEATHER where an appointment has not been confirmed by the no salary may be paid to any one claiming the The house committee of the whole session was brief but FEOERnL RELIEF BE Money Will Be Gone by 10 Senate Dawdles Over WorkRelief Relief administration officials re poited today that funds to feed the needy would be exhausted by February even as predictions arose hat senate debate on tho work relief bill that would exiona beyond that The the works measure Is to taper off the dole for the approximately families on Despite administration senators said today after consldera of the bill by Its appropriations committee that the bill probably would not be reported to the senate until next They added that at least a week of debate and probaby was in sight on the The president probably will asted to bring additional pressure to get the workrelief measure lUrough in VIRGINIA CITY MISSING Brother Here on Way to Missoula to Aid Search Students Join iti Hunt lice tonight were extending nil ef forts to locate Emincd 21yearold university student mlsslnir from his home here Saturday He was said o have been ill recently and when last seen was walking In a stooped It in feared he may he suffering from Continued on Page PANIC GRIPS AREA AS 32 DIE OF ALCOHOL POISON TerrorStricken Persons Seek Admission to Hos pital After Quaffing Bev erage Believed bordering on panic spread through squalid sections of the city tonight as deaths from alcohol poisoning Increased to making a total of 32 in this central New York regionl In two other Industrial cities of the Mohawk valley there were 17 from sold Illegally to the Im pecunious In shadowed alkys and filth More than a score of men and women were admitted to Nathan LIttauer Some were marked with the first symptoms of the ter rible creeping hys terical and clamy with were apprehensive that beverages they drank may have contained poisonous Virtually all of the 25 men and seven women were of them were Some of them were found dUtorted by in In begrimed coUanKd on 6lret CLEAR AND COLDER FORECAST Yesterday was Buttcs warmest day of the month with a top mer cury reading of It was the eighth consecutive day of a thaw that set in following fhe winters only severe cold spell about 10 days There Is every Indication of a continuation of clear said the weather although possibly somewhat He reported a high an almost sure sign of clear He reported a low reading of 10 above for the 24hour Deeply worried over the myslcrl ous disappearance of his brother Smmett a frcshmai at the Slale university at Missoula who has been missing since Snlur day Pankey and Mrs Pankey were In Duttc last nlRh from their home In en rout Missoula to join In a widesprea search for the missing Th latter is a son of Kathry pioneer resident of Virgin The young man was last seen a 9 oclock Saturday night when h delivered a message to a friend i He was without his over the friend and gave th Impression that he Intended to re turn to his where he share a room with another Per shtng also unlvcrslt His brother did not report th disappearance to police officers unt believing that the youn man had gone to the home of som friend for the Kepoi yesterday from MKsoula stated tha university students had Joined cers In a search for The missing youth Is a gradual of Virginia City high school and well known Prior lo leavir for Missoula he had acted as the Montana Standard correspondent at Virginia When last seen he was wearing 2 dark blue zipper blue trousers and a He Is about five feet eight inches rather slender and of sandy Butte police officers arc cooperat ing in the SENATE CONFIRMS JUDGE DENMAN William Denman of California was confirmed by the senate tonight as Judge of the ninth circuit court of WEATHER Montana Partly cloudy Wednesday and prob ably mow or rain northweit portion not much cruntc In y flARUV United ProsB StRlf ComMionrtciit by UnUcd HUNTERDON COUNTY Flsch spoke from he grave lociny tuxl Lolcl a laic that trapped nnd tixiiRlocl Bruno Richard Haupl mann into nctmitllrig Umt he had spent the last three years passing from one shabby He to They rnked up from everywhcic all Ihcrc was to know Isldor Where and how he lived low much money he had when and where he died and what ho had ilauptmaim did In the years whim set out to try lo earn 20 per cent return on a lur business ami acat the stock market with thoii Then Attorney General David Wileiitz laid this narra tive In IlHuiilmnnnj and nskccl lilm n score of conlradlc lions In his Hauptmanu lifted his hands helplessly and mut tered I dont know what I Flsch might as well hove lccn a witness himself for the sloiy Umt they built around lifm pictured not as a man swaggering through life with but one boatcu by doomed by his poverty lo live In a Iroway hall bedroom and finally to die poverty with his lungs ruined by tu Memory Hauplmann himself helped write that lor It was letters thai he sent lo Fischs relatives In Germany that filled the If Bruno Richard Hauptmann eft cnpes Ihe electric chair for ID In he leaves Fischfl memory blackened by For he the ransom mo found In hh pochetbook nml hi his home by saying that Flsch gave U lo 80 Just before ending his twoday crossc x a m 1 na 11 on set out to tr to Khow the Jury what kind o a mill Isldor Flsch really Iach passing hour of makes Flsch grow InvRer In Im parlance In Mils stnle brought to the witness clialr n llvhij link ol people who cai talk and Identify Ilauplmiuxi am Icll about licnrlng his voice across i cemetery wall on a fiprliiB ovcninn In Always Hut always events twins back lo and always there that lhat people leuvc when they die Flsch Is the crack In the slates wni of evidence throtiKh which llatipt mann may stride to Knowing WllcnU Irlcd I put the ghost of Iho black hatred little Flsch on the wltiien Hand liidny nut hnvn him hurl hacl at Hauplmarm some of ihc Innucnd Continued on Pago AMENDMENT IN RFC BILL AS PASSED BY HOUSE TO PERMIT GOLD AND SILVER MINE LOANS Corporation Would Be Al lowed to Use Ten Mil lions for Representatives from western mining districts to night hailed tho inclusion by tho house of the Scrughnm amendment to the RFC bill as one of the most Important stops toward the development of mining properties taken In The house loday passed the sen ateapproved bill to add years lo the life of Ihe Reconstruction corporation and liberalize Its pow ers to lend to The RFC wiil expire automatically Thursday unless the measure Is hurried to fi il As approved by both and the Mil provides that loans Continued on Page REPORT HUEY LONG HAY TRY TO TOSS OUT CONSTITUTION NEW Senator Hucy may his dictatorial lo sup plant Louisianas constitution with one which would smash all op position wllh Ingle There were widespread reports tonight that the dictator would summon constitutional conven tion at Baton within a Such a rabject Ip could scrap the present tonslllntlon and draft a The new designed lo would jive a complete stranglehold on Ihe The most reliable report lalJ would return from Wash ington Friday This ossp added new to the smouldering political A thousand national guardsmen held he capital and surrounding East Baton Kougc parish under marllal law as rebellious itjuare dealers Issued a new demand that all officials Immcdfale ly renounce IhU madman dicta Less Than Week Old May Entertain North west District in August Although Iheir organisation her Is less than a week members o the Bultc unit of the Canadla Legion at a In Patrlotl hall last night proceeded with am bilious plans for a re glonal convention next Augus they will bring MO Lcglonnalrcd to Members of Ihe new body las at Ihe Ihlrd meeting since It announced Its name be Colonel Fred Lister Colonel and his staff wll come here from I officiate at a public Installation t be held within the next Th post adopted Ihe jaunty Glengarry bonnet as Ita official Eight new members were in ducted at the They wcr Fred Edwin Shugg James Frederick Jos cph William Jones Thomas Vincent and Hugh For It was announced that th post Is growing rapidly and that it membership at the Installation nex month probably will exceed Lister post members wish to ge in touch wllh all Imperial Canadla veterans and World war an all men In Buttn who undc Contniucd on Page May Be Relief Head HEAR ADMinAIi Authoritative sources In ton snld Hoar Admiral Christian Peoples been se lected to head one of the three new divisions to be created to Ril mlnlslor Ihn four billion dollar job relict BUTTE HILL T OUT TONIGHT FOR BIRTHDIY BULLS Large Crowds Expected nt Uoth Halls With Good Ticket Sales NKW national committee for the bhih ilay ftjilt for thn an nounced tonight shat palMo ore scheduler for tomorrow find more limit hr lotnl previously Inhulatrd tit fin Tonights tho night when Bultc will don its clothes nml turn out lo attend the two grand nooi2 vell birthday balls thatnrc to he held this evening at tho Winter Garden and at the Fox theater ball it was stated by members of the com nre Hint both balls will wit nciis ynod not too large for the enjoyment of tho dance hul large enough to guarantee Ilbcrn support for tilts purpose to which the brills arc for and rc lahllLlatlon of children that havi been crippled by Infantile paralysis Far the past week one of the mos Intensive campaigns that the nation hos ever witnessed In behalf of a so cial function has been carried on in support of tho comlnp Tele graph motion plclun radio broadcasting sta cally every agency calculated to nwnkcn the public dedicated its services to the promo tion of the coming It will be celebrated in more than munic many of which arc en gAxed In a friendly struggle to outdo every other city of Blrnllar size In the matter of liuttc has rendered loyal asslsl rContlnucd on Page ON BAUOT Both Sides Split Party Lines as Administrations Plea for Ratification Is Ignored by Failure to Obtain Neces sary Twothirds Will Remove Question for Years as Live a marked con cession by the nna direct pressure Irom the VVhlto the to nljjht sent clown to defeat the protocol for American once to the world The vole was of ratification To lacked seven votes of the lwoTlhlrds of present for Coming after three weeks of tor rid ami wild tension plainly marked across the door and gai leflcK of the senate volo Mood ns the most sur prising of the present Democrats It one thing that du spltc the aid of some tho huge democratic majority could not count too heavily on mere tiers In their ranks lo approve an proposals urged by the White Hie have four moro than President Kooscvcll wan silent tonight on the senates refusal lo vole American adherence to the world first ad ministration Kctbnck of he At tlie Willie House It was said Iho chief executive had left his office before the although Informed of the sent back no word with his a twothlrcto of the but they fell far short of this majority on the courl How todays would atfcct the votes on other con troversial administration measures was not Immediately Iloth friends and foes of American adherence at once declared that the senates rejection would mean that Ihn court which has been Be fore the senate at Intervals for 12 is dead for some time to corruv if not Optimism had prevailed among ho procourt forces after the democratic leader and spearhead of the ratification had announced with Roosevelts of a binding Introduced Senator It have required negotiation of general or special treaties before the United States could submit a question to the Norrls But Senator author of a more reservation that lost last Continued on Page STUDENTS GET UNOFFICIAL HOLIDAY AT SEMESTERS END Pupils at Bntte Washington Junior High to Rest While Teachers Check Up on Their first semester examinations students Rt Butte high school and Washington Junior high school wlllcnjoy an unofficial three day beginning this while teachers check over test pa determine grades and prepare program cards second semes at school will bt excused today and but will be expected to call at the school to morrow for their report Re port cards will be at the Junior high sohool Thursday afternoon at oclock Upon closing their school books yesterday afternoon 65 students at Butte high school marked the of four years of and others the finish ofthc yerr commercial No exer cises for the 67 graduates will be held at this will be per mitted to Join tho June graduates at the regular commencement ex on Page i   

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